Microsoft intro Windows Vista Compatibility Center

At WPC 2008 on July 8, in Huston, Texas, Brad Brooks, corporate vice president, Windows Consumer Product Marketing, announced that Microsoft was going to go live with the Windows Vista Compatibility Center. “To help bust the myth that Windows Vista is not compatible with your software or devices, we're announcing a new Web site called the […]

At WPC 2008 on July 8, in Huston, Texas, Brad Brooks, corporate vice president, Windows Consumer Product Marketing, announced that Microsoft was going to go live with the Windows Vista Compatibility Center. “To help bust the myth that Windows Vista is not compatible with your software or devices, we're announcing a new Web site called the Windows Vista Compatibility Center. It's a way for any customer, a consumer or a business, to go to a very simple, easy to use Web site, and see all of the devices and all the applications that are compatible with Windows Vista,” Brooks explained.

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